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PA Appeals Court Holds Construction of Fence Around Athletic Fields Located on School Property Would Not Amount to an Expansion of Property’s Current Accessory Athletic Use

The Wyomissing Area School District applied for zoning permit to erect a fence around its athletic fields. In this case, the School District appealed from the March 6, 2015, order of the Court of Common Pleas of Berks County, which affirmed the decision of the Zoning Hearing Board of Wyomissing Borough (ZHB). The ZHB denied […]

Source: PA Appeals Court Holds Construction of Fence Around Athletic Fields Located on School Property Would Not Amount to an Expansion of Property’s Current Accessory Athletic Use


JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS ASKS QUESTIONS IN COURT FOR 1ST TIME IN 10 YEARs

FEBRUARY 29, 2016 9:07 AM Thomas has said he relies on written briefs and doesn’t need to question lawyers Questions came as court considers placing limits law dealing with gun ownership Thomas last asked a question in court on Feb. 22, 2006 BY SAM HANANEL Associated Press WASHINGTON Justice Clarence Thomas broke 10 years of [...]

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How Social Security Will Supplement Income In Retirement

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CA Appeals Court Holds Preliminary Injunction Requiring Removal of Noncompliant Billboard Did Not Violate Constitutional Free Speech Rights

Defendants AMG Outdoor Advertising, Inc. appealed from a January 23, 2015, order granting a preliminary injunction in favor of plaintiff and respondent, City of Corona. The injunction required defendants to cease using and immediately remove a billboard that AMG erected in the City without a city or state permit. Defendants claimed that the City enforced […]

Source: CA Appeals Court Holds Preliminary Injunction Requiring Removal of Noncompliant Billboard Did Not Violate Constitutional Free Speech Rights


California to Consider Legislation to Aid Widowed Spouses Keep their Homes

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ENERGY MARKETS: Supreme Court to hear major grid case without Scalia

Robin Bravender, E&E reporter Greenwire: Monday, February 22, 2016 A consequential energy case is on the Supreme Court’s docket this week as the justices hear their first arguments since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. On Wednesday, the court will hear the second high-profile case of this term where justices must weigh the divisions of [...]

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Changes With Asset Basis Reporting At Death

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OBAMA SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER MOVING CONGRESS TO GUANTANAMO (SATIRE)

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Making good on one of his key campaign promises, President Obama signed an executive order on Tuesday relocating the United States Congress to Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. The President seemed to relish signing the order, calling the relocation a “win-win for America,” and indicating that Congress could be moved to its new headquarters [...]

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Statistics About Cousin Marriage In The United States

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NY Appellate Court Upholds Zoning Ordinance Interpretation that an “Educational Center” May Include Housing and Dining Facilities

A New York Appellate Court reiterated that an interpretation by a zoning board of appeals of its own zoning ordinance is entitled to great deference. The Court found that “pursuant to the plain meaning of the language of …the Zoning Law of the Town of North East, it is permissible for an ‘educational center’ to include […]

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